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He seeks revenge on the clan that disgraced him, bringing his 3-year-old son Daigorō along with him. I really hope he didn’t regret it… Image’s market share has been slipping of late. Iron Man and Captain Britain fight for freedom – but can any of the crosstime allies Tony gathers help him defeat Dark Phoenix, the foe threatening all of time? Creators receive back-end royalty pay for their works (no page rates) and the profit split is 60/40 with 60% going to the creative team.

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